We are excited to announce that the registration for the 4th annual OMFW
is officially open. The workshop will be held on November 4, 2013 and will
coincide with the Open Source Digital Forensics Conference. OMFW is the
single most important event for those who are interested in pushing the
state of the art of digital forensics and incident response. If you are
interested in getting involved or have an exciting memory related topic
that you would like to share with the digital forensics community, please
let the team know. For those interested in attending, please see the
official website for details:
Due to the overwhelming response in previous year, we were not able to
fulfill all the registration requests, so please be sure to register
early! Check out what previous attendees of OMFW have said:
"The OMFW was well mind blowing for the most part. The amount of
knowledge the Volatility guys (and girl) have is insane."
Glenn P. Edwards Jr.
"For the last four years the Open Source Memory Forensics Workshop
(OMFW) has hosted a collective whos who of memory forensics and provided
a forum in which to discuss the latest advances and tools."
"AAron was able to bring together an outstanding group of folks
interested in memory forensics" and there was some spirited discussion
among the participants along with some really outstanding talks/demos. It
was also great to be able to put faces to folks who until then had only
been handles in IRC or names on e-mail/blog posts in the past."
"My first impression of the event was that the underground could have
set digital forensics back 3-5 years if they had attacked our small
conference room. Where else do you have Eoghan Casey, Brian Carrier,
Harlan Carvey, Michael Cohen, Brendan Dolan-Gavitt, George Garner Jr.,
Andreas Schuster, Aaron Walters, et al, in the same room? I thought Brian
Dykstra framed the situation properly when asking the following: I know
this is an easy question for all you beautiful minds, but""
REMINDER: If you are planning to submit to the Volatility Framework Plugin
Contest, please make sure your entry is submitted before August 1, 2013.
It is a great platform for getting visibility and other people interested
in your exciting memory analysis projects.